Rats and Mice



Rats are very intelligent and cautious. Getting control of a rat infestation can be very challenging, but understanding their habits and behaviors will be necessary if you have rats around your home. They adapt well to the human environment, finding their way into your home for a warm place to nest and locating unprotected food sources such as dry dog food in the garage. [click here for more information...]



The House Mouse can be a troublesome pest when they find somewhere in your attic or wall to nest and raise young. The scratching and gnawing have left many with a poor nights sleep. They also have a keen sense in locating the bread drawer and other food sources. Initial signs of droppings are often the first sign of an infestation. [click here for more information...]

Rodents in landscape



Gophers are relentless burrowers and very territorial of their runs. Keeping gophers out of your lawn will prove to be an on going battle. Gophers don't hibernate and are active year-round, although you might not see any fresh mounding. New activity is often seen in the spring and summer when the soil is soft. To successfully control gophers, you must detect their presence early and take control measures immediately. [click here for more information...]



Moles are a small insect-eating mammal. Contrary to a commonly held belief, it isn't part of the rodent family. Moles live almost entirely underground in a vast network of interconnecting tunnels. They frequently create shallow tunnels just below the surface where they capture worms, insects, and other invertebrates. An understanding of their behavior is KEY to controlling this pest. [click here for more information...]


Ground Squirrels

Ground Squirrel activity has been abundant in recent years. Nesting below sheds, undermining driveways and damaging plants in late summer, they have become quite a nuisance on properties with acreage. Call today and find out how we can effectively control these prolific varmints. [click here for more information...]